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a jacket 46 in oakland, 48 in san francisco, and only 40 degrees in napa. 39 in fairfield. by this afternoon, low to mid- 50s and then chance of rain friday and saturday. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by mcdonald's. i'm lovin' it. i'm lovin' it. >>> a newspaper ousts >> a newspaper out, thousands of handgun owners. people are questioning. >> in this case i think the newspaper has gone a little bit too far in terms of publishing information that actually stigmatizes people. >> this morning john miller looks at the rights and risks of revealing this information. >>> it's been the worst weather in ages superstorm sandy, hurricane isaac, record drought and punishing heat. we'll look back and see what might happen next year on "cbs this morning." "this is george. he is a good little monkey and always very curious. one day george got an important letter. he's built a rocket ship to travel into space." google, how far is earth to the moon? the moon is 238,900 miles... "the great moment had come." 3, 2, 1... [ giggling ] [ male announcer ] in
meters are going up. san francisco has the second highest rate. 5.5 bucks an hour, followed by new york and los angeles at five bucks. never complain again when you're filling up the meter. david: unbelievable. it is time for melissa francis and money. >> i'm adam shapiro in for melissa francis. here's what's "money" tonight. brace for impact. senate majority leader harry reid says it looks like we'll head over the fiscal cliff. with just four days until the deadline can president obama and congress still pull out a deal in the nick of time? senator john hoeven of north dakota joins us to respond. >>> plus, a game-changer for the insurance industry. an auto insurer unveils new policies that charge by the mile, giving a big potential boon to drivers. can it drive the competition off the road? the ceo of metro mile is here to take the wheel. >>> and big beer companies putting beer goggles on their customers. the market for kraft beer is booming and big labels are battling to get a foothold but they may be using crafty tactics to sell you the same flat brew in different packaging. less fil
pressure from san francisco to l.a. i think it's better in northern california, as well. seattle is exempt from that. you'll get a couple of showers. those two lows that move into the middle of the country become a player for snow starting with this line of snow into the midwest. more for sioux falls. that's more snow for sioux falls. chicago, also, minneapolis, rapid city. we'll get into -- i don't know. we'll get into the rest of the nation's weather when we come back in a minute. right now, that's the weather around the nation. >> > still to come here on "good morning america," the startling love triangle case that may have ended in murder. a 19-year-old college student is missing. is another teen the key to cracking this case? >>> and is the third time a charm for superstar janet jackson, engaged to a billionaire? all the details on who he is. and why isn't she wearing her ring? billionaire? all the details on who he is. and why isn't she wearing her ring? let's say you want to get ahead in your career. how do you get from here... to here? at university of phoenix we're moving career p
's house in san francisco. they know you have weapons and they try to get them. >> greg: some people own guns because they're underthreat; therefore, you are publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> eric: the only people upset with this are people who don't own youngs. i have a browning over/under, if you want to know what the business end of it looks like, come through the house. it won't matter if i'm the "new york post" or "new york daily news" or not. people who own guns, publish it. that is the point. this is a safety factor. this house protected by smith and wesen, you mean business. >> kimberly: i have a bumper sticker. >> greg: this reminded me in allentown where you once lived people would put alarm signs on their houses when they didn't have an alarm that used to tick me off because i pay for the alarm. >> andrea: i had a fake car alarm for the car, i couldn't afford the alarm, so i was one of those people. you are a former magazine editor. this is hardly irresponsible. there is a way to do the story like there always is, they could have done it with jou
for the firearms contained there in. it happened to my brother's house in san francisco. that's something that happens and they know you have certain kind of weapons, they might come in and try to hit you. >> some people own guns because they are under threat and therefore you are actually publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> the only people upset with this are the people who don't own gun. i have a gun, if you want to find out what the business end of that looks like, come through my house. it won't matter if i'm in the paper or not. the paper, in fact, that's the point. letting people know you own a gun is a safety factor. putting it on the door this house protected by smith & wesson, the bad guys are going to go somewhere else. >> you know what it is, it reminded me when i was living in allentown, where you once hitched, people would put alarm signs on their houses when they really didn't have the alarm which ticked me off because i paid for my alarm. >> i had a car alarm. and i couldn't really afford it so i was one of those people. you are a former magazin
? >> depends where you are, obviously, but it is going up. i see the major cities, san francisco, los angeles, philadelphia, new york, rentals are getting much more expensive so you'll see people getting two bedrooms and sharing it with somebody instead of getting a one bedroom by themselves, that's a difference and still have the people living at home but the first-time buyers are still having problems. still tough to get a mortgage, and it's going to stay that way. >> and we might also lose the deduction. what are clients saying to you guys about the potential loss or cut of the mortgage interest deduction. >> that would be stupid. >> i'm sorry, go ahead. >> hasiam? >> yeah, that seems to be very unlikely given the broad nature of that tax credit for the u.s. population. but i think to your point about the rental market, what's interesting about this recovery is that you have lifestyle choices being made. people wanting to rent, wanting to be near work and urban areas versus what we've seen in the past and that reduces the speculative buying on the foresale side of the equation which i thin
of the country. that low pressure from san francisco and l.a. i think it's better in northern california, as well. seattle is exempt from that. you'll get a couple of showers. those two lows that move into the middle of the country become a player for snow starting with this line of snow into the midwest. more for sioux falls. that's more snow for sioux falls. chicago, also, minneapolis, rapid city. we'll get into -- i don't know. we'll get into the rest of the nation's weather when we come back in a minute. right now, that's the weather around the nation. >>> good morning, i'm mike masco. high wind advisory today. winds could certainly gust to around 40 miles per hour with some chilly temperatures making it feel like it's into the upper 20s to around 30 degrees. we'll go through your two degree guarantee of president and mainly cloudy skies and -- 39 and mainly cloudy skies and some gusty winds. a blend of clouds and sunshine on friday and not as windy. then a storm on saturday going into sunday morning. how much snow still in question at this time. we'll be into the 30s and 40s by next monday.
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francisco southward into l.a. san diego, some rain layer early, giving way to sunshine into the afternoon. back to you guys. >> okay. thank you, reynolds. appreciate that very much. let's get back to our guest host john kanas. talk about banking. a lot of regulations that are supposed to go into effect that kind of haven't yet. what's the biggest that you think is going to have the biggest impact 2013? >> a number of things. the cfpb is yet to come out with the definitions of qualifying mortgages. which is -- >> consumer protection? >> consumer protection. it measures the ability to pay for mortgagees. that has the -- that has the potential to become a serious impediment in the mortgage -- >> when will that happen? >> we're not sure. it's all part of the dodd-frank. it should have happened. >> there's something like 200-plus regulations that are still not on the books yet. >> something like 200 more, 240 regulations that are not yet -- >> derivatives, still? >> yes. >> and when do you think that's going to happen? >> nobody's really sure. >> and what is it going to look like and what's th
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